Lent is my favourite season of the Church as it is for me both a celebration of our shared humanity and all that entails and an almost innate realization of the deep, underlying thread of divinity that runs through all ages and all peoples, shown to us in this season of Lent, in the life and the death and the life of Jesus. There is a solidarity and a community found in the honesty with which we approach this season – honesty about our own challenges, honesty about the reality and the vagaries of this life, a delving down to come back up. This season offers an opportunity to mature our faith – to reflect honestly and openly about our lives and our connection to and impact on the lives of others.
- The Rev. Karen Bowles
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Guest preacher Timothy Wisnicki, our Context in Ministry student
Featuring Allegri's Miserere from The Metropolitan Choir
We reflect with a viewing of the acclaimed documentary Won't You Be My Neighbor?
Featuring The Metropolitan Choir and soloists